Hello Sarah from another Baldwin!
You might end up with a few 'brick walls' with the Baldwins, sometimes depending on how far back you want to go.
It sounds like you are from the Pennsylvania Baldwins. I mention this because I did my brother's Y700 on FTDNA. It is a wonderfully useful site. If you have a brother who would be willing to swab, it would be great if you could afford up to Y111 when FTDNA has a sale. Also become a member of the Baldwin surname group.
My original Baldwin came from Buckinghamshire, England to Massachusetts during the PGM in 1640. You might find it useful to see https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Baldwin-5
I left a message on the FTDNA Baldwin site and received a wonderful message from a man named Donn Devine, CG. He managed the Baldwin site because his wife descended from the Pennsylvania Baldwins. He listed my brother DNA with the Connecticut Baldwins because Donn assured me that these CT/MA Baldwin's all descended from the same common ancestor.
If you are able to find a family member (dad or brother preferably) to swab and send to FTDNA, it will be added to the Baldwin surname and it will help to see if you fall within the Pennsylvania parameters.
Sadly, we have a ton of 'John' Baldwins in the MA/CT lines and some of them are 'brick walls.' I try, little by little to determine their common ancestor. It is a reminder to not get frustrated. Just make sure that as you find information it is for the correct Baldwin and well-sourced.
Welcome to the family, including the Baldwin family tree!